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Haryana Police Recruitment 2015: Constable, Sub Inspector Written Test Syllabus, PMT, PST & Interview Criteria

Haryana Staff Selection Commission invites applications for the recruitment of Constable-Male (General Duty), Constable-Female (General Duty), Constable-Female Ex-serviceman (General Duty), Constable-Male Ex-serviceman (General Duty) and Sub Inspector-Male in Haryana Police. Online applications process has already been commenced from 7th September, 2015. Last date for the same is 6th October, 2015.

Those candidates who will apply for above mentioned posts, they would like to know about Syllabus, Physical Screening Test (PST) & Physical Measurement Test (PMT) criteria and selection procedure too.

Syllabus Haryana Police Recruitment 2015: All those candidates who qualify the Physical Screening Test shall be given a Knowledge Test of 60 marks comprising of objective type, multiple choice questions with a provision of negative marking.

The Knowledge Test shall be of the objective type having 100 multiple choice questions of 0.60 marks each and of ninety minutes duration. It shall be held simultaneously for all eligible candidates. The medium of examination shall be Hindi except where the knowledge of English language of the candidates is to be tested. For each incorrect answer 0.15 marks shall be deducted.

The test paper shall include questions on following subjects: 
  • General studies
  • Agriculture
  • Animal husbandry
  • Reasoning, Current affairs
  • Numerical ability
  • General science
  • Aptitude
  • Relevant field / trade etc. 
Standard of questions:

Constable: The standard of questions shall be as expected of an educated person having passed 10+2 examination of Board of School Education, Haryana.

 Sub- Inspector: The standard of questions shall be as expected of an educated person having passed Graduation from a recognized university 

Haryana Police Recruitment 2015 Minimum Prescribed Physical Standard:

Candidate
Height
Chest
Male
172 Centimeter General category
83 Centimeter (un-expanded) to 87 Centimeter (expanded)
169 Centimeter For eligible reserve categories as per latest existing Govt. Reservation Policy
81 Centimeter (un-expanded) to 85 Centimeter (expanded)
Female
160 Centimeter General category
Nil
157 Centimeter For eligible reserve categories as per latest existing Government Reservation Policy

Physical Measurement Test (PMT) Haryana Police Recruitment 2015: The candidates after the scrutiny of documents shall undergo Physical Measurement Test.

To make the entire process of the Physical Measurement Test tamper proof, fair and impartial, standard digital measurement devices shall be used to the extent possible, in a manner that the candidates are able to read their measurements on a digital display monitor.

PMT Height (Advantage Score)
Marks
Height in Centimeter
Male
Female
10
172 (General Category)
160 (General Category)
169 to 172 (Reserve Categories)
157 to 160 (Reserve Categories)

175
163
11
178
166
12
181
169
13
184
172
14
187 and above
173 and above
15

Physical Screening Test (PST) Haryana Police Recruitment 2015: All candidates who qualified the Physical Measurement Test shall be put to a Physical Screening Test carrying maximum fifteen marks to judge their physical fitness and endurance. The standards prescribed for this test shall be as under:-

Candidates
Test Distance
Qualifying Time
Male
5.0 KM
25 Min
Female
2.5 KM
15 Min
Ex-Serviceman
2.5 KM
13 Min

Note: RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Device) or any other superior and reliable technology shall be used to ensure reliability of this test at the discretion of the Haryana Staff Selection Commission.

PST-Performance Score:

Qualifying Time –(in minutes)

Male
Female
Ex-Serviceman
Marks
25
15
13
10
24
14
12
11
23
13
11
12
22
12
10
13
21
11
09
14
20
10
08
15

Interview-cum-Personality Test (I-PT): Candidates who qualify the Physical Screening Test shall be called for Interview–cum-Personality Test on the basis of their combined scores in (Physical Screening Test + Knowledge Test + Physical Measurement Test), upto maximum three times the number of vacancies advertised in each category.

The Interview test shall be of total ten marks. Further distribution of ten marks for the Interview test shall be as follows:
  1. Education (maximum 03 marks): Candidate with higher education i.e with Graduate degree shall get one mark; while, candidate with Post Graduate degree shall get total 02 marks.
  2. NCC Certificate (maximum 03 marks): Candidate having highest NCC certificate of A , B or C, level shall get 01, 02 and 03 marks respectively.
  3. Interview cum Personality Test (I-PT) test (maximum 05 marks).
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